The International community Needs New Solutions To Support The Education Of A Generation Of Displaced Children And Youth

The war on Ukraine is a stark reminder to the Western world that displacement is not the exclusive fate of people from the Global South. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) estimates that up to 4 million Ukrainians, mostly women and children, could end up being refugees in neighboring European countries. For now, Ukrainian refugees are being welcomed and provided voluntary humanitarian assistance. 

Maysa Jalbout, a Universal Education Fellow at Brookings Institution – calls in her latest blog on Brookings for adopting new international solutions to support the education of a generation of displaced children and youth.

Read more at https://www.brookings.edu/blog/education-plus-development/2022/03/04/the-international-community-needs-new-solutions-to-support-the-education-of-a-generation-of-displaced-children-and-youth/

You can also find other publications by Maysa here.

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